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Galaxy is a popular web based interface for integrating biological tools and analysis pipelines. HyPhy provides a popular package for molecular evolution and sequence statistical analysis. Integrating those tools will make Galaxy even more powerful and useful. Hence probably increase its popularity.
 
Galaxy is a popular web based interface for integrating biological tools and analysis pipelines. HyPhy provides a popular package for molecular evolution and sequence statistical analysis. Integrating those tools will make Galaxy even more powerful and useful. Hence probably increase its popularity.
  
 
The goal of my GSoC project is to integrate the relevant tools into Galaxy. Functional tests will be developed for tools and workflows, along with high level documentation for end users.
 
The goal of my GSoC project is to integrate the relevant tools into Galaxy. Functional tests will be developed for tools and workflows, along with high level documentation for end users.
 
  
 
==About Me==
 
==About Me==

Revision as of 05:30, 12 May 2010

Google Summer of Code 2010

Galaxy is a popular web based interface for integrating biological tools and analysis pipelines. HyPhy provides a popular package for molecular evolution and sequence statistical analysis. Integrating those tools will make Galaxy even more powerful and useful. Hence probably increase its popularity.

The goal of my GSoC project is to integrate the relevant tools into Galaxy. Functional tests will be developed for tools and workflows, along with high level documentation for end users.

About Me

I'm an undergraduate computer science student at Warsaw University.

Contact

filip dot balejko at gmail dot com

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